Youth voices from Sudan
We all have a voice, and we can use that voice to speak out in the face of injustice, to show others they are not alone, to inspire action.
Youth voices matter
In November 2019, UNICEF Sudan brought together young people from around Sudan to take part in our first Blog Writing Workshop in partnership with Impact Hub Khartoum, and trainers Shaimaa Abdel Halim and Rami Osman from Nas with Notepads. These blogs are just some examples of the inspiring results of the workshop, representing their thoughts, ideas and solutions to improving child rights in Sudan by young people, for young people.
Each one of us has a voice and the right to be heard and to participate.
Our aim is to build a creative space for young people to communicate, learn, voice their opinions, raise awareness and develop into inspiring individuals who can affect positive change in their communities and beyond.
Here, young people can openly express themselves and gain knowledge on various issues that matter to them such as the environment, education and child rights, in addition to so much more.
If you are aged 13-24 please feel free to submit your articles, poems, drawings and illustrations, photography and videos in Arabic or English here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Together we are stronger, together we can inspire action towards a better world.
Disclaimer: While many of the themes on the site (Health, Education, Human Rights) are issues that are part of UNICEF’s mandate, the opinions of our writers and our readers are not to be taken as the official view of UNICEF on the subject. For more information about UNICEF Sudan's work, please visit our homepage.